Book Reviews of Legend of the Leopard

Legend of the Leopard
Legend of the Leopard
Author: Melani Blazer
ISBN-13: 9781843609438
ISBN-10: 1843609436
Publication Date: 5/31/2004
Pages: 252
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
Take one sexy, intelligent Italian scientist with a big secret and add in a beautiful, confused plane crash survivor who stumbles onto a mystery, and you have an explosive combination that lights a fire on every page.
Melani Blazer's book is filled with action, adventure, a handsome shapeshifter and a romance that will thrill you! I highly recommend this book. You won't be able to put it down once you start reading it. paranormal erotic romance.
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Helpful Score: 1
Good action & adventure read - I really enjoyed it. The hero is an accidental shapeshifter trying to find a cure before the change becomes permanent. The heroine is having the week from hell. She's been dragged to Africa by her sister, a place she never wanted to see outside of the Discovery Channel, then the small plane crashes and her sister and brother-in-law or both killed instantly. Then the survivors are attacked by leopards and she runs screaming [literally] into the night - followed by a white leopard who eventually bites her. Eventually she ends up at the Big House, the home/laboratory of an Italian scientist [who seems to be the only person who speaks English] researching the leopards.

Julia spends a lot of time being shocked, shaken, upset and distraught - and refuses to believe our hero when he tells her that he's the leopard. Later, when the truth is forced on her, she's really ticked with him for not convincing her. If Julia wasn't a victim of such horrific circumstances I would have found her annoying - as it was I'm surprised she wasn't catatonic. Salvatore is trying to find a solution - both to save himself and his nephew who has deliberately infected himself. [He's a teenager, thought it was cool.] Both of them spend a lot time being distracted by each other...

When Sal is wounded, Julia must face the truth he might die or be trapped in animal form, unless she can find a cure. Of course there are some major problems - all the notes are in Italian [she hasn't a clue], the computer is passworded [and everything is in Italian], and she simply doesn't have the background she needs. But she has to try...
reviewed Legend of the Leopard on + 672 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Good action & adventure read - I really enjoyed it. The hero is an accidental shapeshifter trying to find a cure before the change becomes permanent. The heroine is having the week from hell. She's been dragged to Africa by her sister, a place she never wanted to see outside of the Discovery Channel, then the small plane crashes and her sister and brother-in-law or both killed instantly. Then the survivors are attacked by leopards and she runs screaming [literally:] into the night - followed by a white leopard who eventually bites her. Eventually she ends up at the Big House, the home/laboratory of an Italian scientist [who seems to be the only person who speaks English:] researching the leopards.

Julia spends a lot of time being shocked, shaken, upset and distraught - and refuses to believe our hero when he tells her that he's the leopard. Later, when the truth is forced on her, she's really ticked with him for not convincing her. If Julia wasn't a victim of such horrific circumstances I would have found her annoying - as it was I'm surprised she wasn't catatonic. Salvatore is trying to find a solution - both to save himself and his nephew who has deliberately infected himself. [He's a teenager, thought it was cool.:] Both of them spend a lot time being distracted by each other...

When Sal is wounded, Julia must face the truth he might die or be trapped in animal form, unless she can find a cure. Of course there are some major problems - all the notes are in Italian [she hasn't a clue:], the computer is passworded [and everything is in Italian:], and she simply doesn't have the background she needs. But she has to try...